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Memory for future wearable electronics

Memory for future wearable electronics Stretchable, flexible, reliable memory device inspired by the brainLast March, the artificial intelligence (AI) program AlphaGo beat Korean Go champion LEE Se-Dol at the Asian board game. "The game was quite tight, but AlphaGo used 1200 CPUs and 56,000 watts per hour, while Lee used only 20 watts. If a hardware that mimics the human brain structure is developed, we can operate artificial intelligence with less power," points out Professor YU Woo Jong.DETAIL VIEW

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Towards Stable Propagation of Light in Nano-Photonic Fibers

Towards Stable Propagation of Light in Nano-Photonic FibersBreaking PT-symmetries for the future of optical technologies.
Devices based on light, rather than electrons, could revolutionize the speed and security of our future computers. However, one of the major challenges in today's physics is the design of photonic devices, able to transport and switch light through circuits in a stable way.
date2016-09-19

Cells

Cells' Steering WheelNew mechanism clarifies how cells migrate
Similarly to cars, cells need a steering mechanism that guides them towards a certain target or direction. Scientists at the Center for Cognition and Sociality (Institute for Basic Science, IBS), and KAIST, led by Prof. HEO Won Do, have discovered the function of a key protein involved in cells' movement and clarified how cells migrate.
date2016-08-23

IBS Discover Enhanced Electron Doping On Iron Superconductors

IBS Discover Enhanced Electron Doping On Iron SuperconductorsCentre for Correlated Electron Systems (CCES) revises existing theories by raising the temperature for superconductivity.
THe IBS research team headed by the associate director of CCES, KIM Chang Young, presented the possibility of unifying theories to explain the working mechanism of iron- based superconductors.
date2016-08-16

IBS Finds Another Aged Problem of How Naïve T Cells Decline with Age

IBS Finds Another Aged Problem of How Naïve T Cells Decline with AgeAcademy of ImmunologyMicrobiology (AIM) discovers the loss of naïve T cells is from deterioration in the environment that supports T cells.date2016-08-02

Highly Sensitive and Effective Tool Measures How Your Cells Grow and Divide

Highly Sensitive and Effective Tool Measures How Your Cells Grow and DivideThe improved sequencing tool from the IBS Center for RNA Research reveals dynamic changes of poly(A) tails in eggs and embryos.
In the paper, published in the journal Genes and Development on July 10, the IBS research team, led by the director of the Center for RNA, V Narry KIM, presented mTAIL-seq, a hyper sensitive upgraded tool to measure poly(A) tail length of mRNAs at the genomic scale.
date2016-07-28